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  • Discourse over Obama float chips away at the right of free speech

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican A Norfolk, Neb., man probably never dreamed his float in the community’s 4th of July parade would spark the kind of controversy it has. The float on the flatbed of Dale Remmich’s pickup depicted a zombie-li...
  • Paving being finished in front of new spec homes

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  • Pee Wee Black closes out regular season with pair of wins; is tourney sixth seed

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican It’s tournament time this week for the Tri-County Pee Wee Baseball League. Imperial Black finished its regular season last week with two wins, and earned the No. 6 seed in the league’s tournament underway thi...
  • Imperial residents top Walk to Health program

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Lori Beard and Cindy Roesener have walked their way to health in a big way. They took the top individual and team results during the Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department’s (SWNPHD) 11th annual Walk to Heal...
  • NGP Commissioners open entire state to teal hunting

    All of Nebraska will be open for teal hunting in 2014. The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners adopted changes to teal and youth waterfowl hunting seasons at their meeting July 11 at Niobrara State Park. The commissioners created new zone boun...
  • NASCAR stars Schrader, Wallace coming to Imperial Monday for ‘meet and greet’

    It’s BST’s best against well-known NASCAR racers Kenny Schrader and Kenny Wallace as they race modifieds at the Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke, Colo., Monday, July 21. Heat races begin at 7 p.m. Harchelroad Motors in Imperial and Wauneta are the l...
  • Matt Klima wins Men’s Open

    Matt Klima of Wauneta topped the field of 48 golfers to win the 2014 Men’s Open held in memory of Kenny Denker. Klima carded a 107 after three rounds of play at the July 13 tourney held at the Enders Lake Golf Course. Joe Johnston of Wauneta took second...
  • Juniors fall to top seed to end season

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Imperial’s Junior Legion team saw their season come to an end Monday night, falling to top-seeded Shelton/Gibbon in the C7 Area Tournament at Overton. After winning their first game of the tournament over Betra...
  • Two Imperial Pony teams take top spots in league tourney

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  • Shooting the heart out of a playing card

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican If you had been in the audience at one of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Shows in the 19th century, you would have remembered Annie Oakley. She would roll a playing card up, toss it in the air and shoot the heart in th...
  • Grant to help develop area wellness program

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  • Weather threatens, but show goes on

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  • Chamber to place ‘welcome’ sign

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Travelers along Highway 6-61 will soon be greeted with a “Welcome—Imperial, Nebraska” sign as they drive west into town. The Imperial Chamber of Commerce is financing and erecting the black-on-tan sign just...
  • Wheat harvest on verge of taking off

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican The trade-off for lots of rain and ideal growing conditions for this year’s wheat crop comes in the form of a later harvest. Some years, wheat harvest stands at or near completion by the Fourth of July. This y...
  • Continued lack of volunteers jeopardizing theater’s future

    ■ Future of Eagles Club to be decided. PAGE 2. By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican For more than 25 years, Imperial’s theater has operated on a volunteer basis. But finding volunteers has proved increasingly difficult, especially the last two ...
  • Fair brochures in county mailboxes

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican The 2014 Chase County Fair & Expo brochures have been mailed to all postal boxholders in Chase County. County residents should receive them no later than today (Thursday). The fair sends out more than 19,000 ...
  • Council conducts hearings on zoning change, street assessments

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Sage Addition property owners now know how much they will be assessed for new streets and drainage work, after a public hearing and adoption of a resolution by the city council this week. That was just one of the a...
  • FBLA members make good showing at nationals

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Chase County Schools (CCS) is the proud local entity for two girls who scooped up awards at the national Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) convention in Nashville, Tenn., last week. 2014 graduate Anna Bau...
  • Participation still open for Saturday’s Poker Run

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican If a 160-mile motorcycle cruise on a Saturday afternoon, and the chance to win some cash at the same time sounds like fun, there’s still time to sign up for the Mayor’s Charitable Poker Run. Imperial Mayor Dw...
  • New requirements for school health screenings

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican New requirements for school health screenings, issued by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), aren’t that much of a change. That’s according to Chase County Schools (CCS) School Nurse An...

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